Launching UC Davis Products

Launching UC Davis Products

UC Davis is known for their commitment to innovation and sustainability so it is no surprise that these campus banners skipped the ride to the landfill and made their way to us to be upcycled. It also helps that Christina is a proud Aggie and that UC Davis played a … Read More

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Pitchfest 2017

Pitchfest 2017

Camber Outdoors Pitchfest drives innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship among women who love the outdoors. Out of 47 applicants Upcycle it Now made the top 7 finalists. Then after 2 months working with working hard with our fabulous mentor Todd Stockbauer we reached the big day!  Christina represented Upcycle it Now … Read More

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Check out our Products in use!

Check out our Products in use!

Our hike in Kings Canyon National Park was better suited for cool off dips in swimming holes than dog coat testing, thus Riley was off the clock for this adventure. But we were still able to put good testing hours into the travel cases as we stuffed them full of … Read More

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Keeping Warm In Alaska

Keeping Warm In Alaska

    Alaska, a vast and wild frontier.  What better place for a dog to be a dog.  Open space, plenty of nature, and lots of activities… only one problem, it’s really cold! And no one wants to be stuck inside all winter, so what could be the best solution; As … Read More

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Check us out in this ABC News Article!

Check us out in this ABC News Article!

“Their company, Upcycle It Now, takes dump-destined castoffs from such companies as Disney (parent company of ABC News) and turns them into new, upscale products — some handsome, some witty, some both.” Click here to read the whole article about us…  ABC Article!

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We’re in the LA Times!

We’re in the LA Times!

As recycling and upcycling make there way into major retailers so do they find their way into major media. Check out the LA times article about retailers that are thinking twice about their waste and of coarse don’t miss the bit about Upcycle it Now. Click here for LA Times … Read More

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